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Canadian Police Charge Suspect in Shooting That Left 4 Dead

TORONTO (AP) — Canadian police charged a man Saturday for the deaths of two police officers and two civilians in a shooting that struck...

Canada Shooting Leaves Four Dead With No Answers Why

People in Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick in the eastern part of the country, said they heard as many as 20 gunshots following a confrontation that prompted police to initially cordon off a large section of the city with emergency vehicles and order residents to remain inside their homes and businesses.

Canadian Firm Poised to Enter Florida Pot Market

Toronto-based Scythian Biosciences Corp. announced Monday it intends to purchase a company that will take over the grower 3 Boys Farms, which received a highly sought-after medical marijuana license last August after suing the state. The deal also includes purchasing an unnamed “health care organization” as part of Scythian Biosciences’ entry into the booming U.S. cannabis market.

Oh Canada! Visitors To Florida Need To Be Allowed To Stay...

Last week, Florida’s two senators--Democrat Bill Nelson and Republican Marco Rubio--unveiled a proposal giving some Canadians up to eight months to vacation in the U.S., changing the current law which gives them six months. Nelson’s and Rubio’s proposal would let Canadians who are over 50 and either own or rent property in the U.S. the two extra months while adding provisions that they cannot work or take public assistance while here. 

Oh Canada! Florida Is About To Feel The Trade War Backlash

Oh Canada! Florida Is About To Feel The Trade War Backlash. The Trump Administration is about to cause a trade war and Florida will be in the fight.

Canada, Hockey Community Mourn After Humboldt Broncos Tragedy

Fourteen killed, fourteen injured in bus crash Tragedy struck western Canada early Saturday morning as a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team was...

Retirees at GE plant in Canada see hope for health claims

Marilyn Harding cries as she talks about her late husband and his death from pancreatic cancer five years after retiring from a three-decade career at the General Electric factory in her hometown. Harding, who spent nearly 40 years working at the plant until she retired in 2004, has also had cancer, as have many of her former colleagues.
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